The first of federal Iraq's three gas fields awarded in a 2010 bidding round is now nearly ready for commercial production, helping the country become a sustainable producer of electricity.
Basra's oil chief discusses efforts to protect Majnoon from flooding, plans for developing new capacity, and the field's place in Iraq's production strategy.
After deadly clashes with the Iraqi Army, the YBS leader discusses improved security coordination, a strategically important Syrian border crossing, and the future of Sinjar.
Five months after leaving office, Abadi reflects on Iraq's political landscape and his successor's handling of energy sector priorities.
After Kurdistan abruptly stopped oil exports to Iran - and then quickly resumed them - the KRG's emissary to Tehran discusses bilateral relations in the age of renewed U.S. sanctions.
Baghdad and KRG leaders are pursuing renewed security cooperation to defuse tensions in disputed territories and combat a persistent insurgency.
BOC is taking major steps to build capacity, even as it limits production in an era of OPEC constraints.
Iraq's new electricity minister discusses fast-track power plans, Siemens and GE, and the myth vs. reality of the Trump administration's lobbying for American companies.
Siemens is navigating a new Iraqi government and looking to finalize contracts to help boost Iraq's power production in time for summertime peak demand.
GE is aiming to leverage its existing footprint in Iraq to win new business and help expand power supply throughout the country.
After helping Iraq survive years of financial crisis, the Central Bank is focusing efforts on encouraging lending and economic growth.
Iraq's state-run drilling company is adding new rigs and expanding its footprint.